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The debt rehabilitation plan of Thai Airways International has been accepted by Thailand’s Central Bankruptcy Court, paving the way for the survival of the company. The CBC’s acceptance of the plan is the first step in the debt restructuring process for the struggling airline. In this plan, the state would play an instrumental role in aiding Thai Airways to get loans. The plan was hashed out with the airline’s creditors on May 19, when they held a meeting to officially greenlight the plan, but just now gained approval by the CBC. The process would involve 2 executives for the airline, […]
A prominent Thai doctor has called on the government to ramp up the procurement of Covid-19 vaccines, amid concerns at the low number of doses administered to date, private healthcare group in Thailand says it’s planning to purchase 5 million doses of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine, Pattaya tourism officials are pitching a travel scheme similar to Phuket’s “Sandbox” , Thailand’s Minister for Natural Resources and the Environment has blasted a TikTok video that shows Krabi boatmen shooting at blacktip reef sharks and PM Prayut Chan-o-cha has again apologised AGAIN!
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In a letter to PM Prayut Chan-o-cha, the Thai Restaurant Association requested urgent relief for the nation’s ailing food and beverage industry. The association released a statement about the letter that they submitted outlining a proposal for easing Covid-19 restrictions on restaurants and dining, as well as offering up financial assistance ideas to keep businesses afloat to ride out the pandemic. As acting director of the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration, the restaurant group urged PM Prayut to take immediate action on the 2 key fronts. They stressed the urgency of these measures
I don't understand why anyone thinks being punished for breaking a law (in this case the one saying you can't leave Phuket for 14 days before travelling elsewhere in TH) is wrong.
Maybe I've misread it and they're talking about other laws, but they're still laws.
Don't like it, don't go (I won't).